In The News


Robotics professor Roger Quinn talks about the genius behind the gadgets featured on the TV show "Get Smart."


Civil engineering prof. Arthur Huckelbridge discusses challenge of constructing steel over Cuyahoga River for inner belt bridge.


Sunniva Collins was named visiting associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at CWRU. She will also teach materials science and engineering and will help in the collaboration between the departments.


Blackstone Launchpad--a venture coach program that provides students with advice and mentorship to take business ideas to fruition--opened its fourth location, on the CWRU campus.


BME dept chair Robert Kirsch and faculty member Dustin Tyler comment on the next step that needs to happen in neuroprosthetics: getting them to have a sense of touch. 


CWRU researchers developed biomaterials system to permit better control over what our cells do, which could halt the growth of unwanted cells or even guie cell behavior in tissue engineering.


An agreement with the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) and Youngstown State U, CWRU, Cleveland State, Lorain CCC and U of Akron helps small to midsize manufacturers in the Mahoning Valley.


Swagelok employee Sunniva Collins joins the CWRU faculty.


Professor Stuart Rowan is profiled as a transplant from Scotland to Cleveland who enjoys the high quality of life in the region.


Stuart Rowan, CWRU macromolecular science and engineering professor, gives the 11th annual Bayer Distinguished Lecture April 25 at the University of Southern Mississippi.